Old, old game machine, etc.

From: Jeff Hellige <jeffh_at_unix.aardvarkol.com>
Date: Mon Jun 9 23:37:30 1997

On 11-Jun-97, Sam Ismail wrote:

>There were plenty of these made, by plenty of manufacturers. I have
>three different ones: A Bently-Compuvision, a generic "Pong" console and
>an Odyssey 300. Each has pretty much the same, exact, mind-numbing four
>games. They can be found from time to time at thrifts and flea markets.

   Yes, I saw one called a Rally IV (i believe) today at the thrift. Almost
picked it up for the $4 they wanted.

   Jeff jeffh_at_unix.aardvarkol.com

   Sent from an Amiga 3000..the computer for the creative mind!
   Collector of classic home computers:
   Amiga 1000, Apple II+, Atari 800, 800XL, Mega-ST/2 and XE System,
   Coleco ADAM, Commodore 128D, 16, Plus/4 and VIC-20, IBM 5155,
   Kaypro 2X, Mattel Aquarius, Osborne Executive, Radofin Aquarius,
   Sinclair ZX-81, TI-99/4A, Timex-Sinclair 1000, TRS-80 Color
   Computer-3, Model 4, and Model 4P, plus Odyssey2, Atari Superpong
   and 2600VCS game consoles.
Received on Mon Jun 09 1997 - 23:37:30 BST

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